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Club news: AA Kenya re-launches its ‘Autonews’ magazine


Publication date: 03 April 2017


The Automobile Association of Kenya’s (AA Kenya) auto industry magazine is back after taking a break to refresh its looks.  Now packed with topical industry issues and statistics, the new Autonews magazine also serves as a ‘drive down memory lane’ with a special section dedicated to sharing AA of Kenya’s rich heritage. The re-launch of the magazine is one of the initiatives of the Club’s strategic plan to enhance engagement and promote sentimental value among the members.

 

Autonews features motoring related material ranging from cars and safety, road safety, gadgets and lifestyle.  In addition, it also tells inspiring stories about how the AA Kenya has grown to become one of the most respected Motoring Clubs in Africa.

 

“This year, AA Kenya marks its 98th year since it was founded, and we are excited about revamping our offering to include a more digital interface with our members thereby enhancing interaction and engagement; these include our social media platforms as well as customised Online and Mobile Applications.  THe Automobile Association of Kenya exists to create more value for our members, we believe our commitment to engage will bear greater results,” says the AA of Kenya’s Acting Director General, Ruth Gichuhi.



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